For those who are new to the terms, the Blue Star Service Flag was created to display on the house of families who have a member serving in our Armed forces. If the service member died, it became customary to replace the Blue Star with a Gold Star. It is an indoor flag, displayed to be visible outside. Currently, rules such as condominium rules may prohibit the reasonable display of Blue Star/Gold Star indicia, e.g. a service flag.
On May 21, the bill was introduced by Congressman (and Iraq veteran) John A. Boccieri (OH-16) and as of today (Memorial Day) it has no co-sponsors (which may not be unusual since it's been only 4 days).In my opinion, this appears to be a relatively minor, yet helpful, change to the law, that might slightly inconvenience some people (e.g. the neighbors of Blue Star/Gold Star families) but would provide a not-insignificant benefit to the families of servicemembers. I hope you will consider contacting your congresscritters concerning prompt action.